Organizing Your Home Office for Success: Expert Strategies that Can Work for You
Plume, 1993 - 241 páginas
Geared towards one of the fastest growing segments of the work force--professionals who work at home--this book offers a step-by-step plan for organization. More than 75 illustrations show how to set up the office, create schedules, and take advantage of recommended products to make the organizational process clear, easy, and enjoyable.
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(Courtesy of Globe-Weis) Another option for freestanding vertical files is a rolling
file. This type of freestanding vertical file holder holds hanging folders and interior
folders. (Courtesy of Esselte Pendaflex Corporation) Stacking trays, useful for ...
Stacking trays, useful for storing stationery or forms, don't belong on your desk. (
Courtesy of W.T. Rogers) Stacking bins are essential in organizing a home office.
(Courtesy of Tucker Housewares) An alternative to a daily “to do" sheet is a.
COPIERS Investing in a copier can save you innumerable trips. To save phone
line time, use a self-adhesive fax memo or fax label instead of a cover sheet on
your fax transmissions. (Courtesy of Avery) The Auto Office by Eldon/Rubbermaid
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Aimed at a rapidly growing segment of the workforce that chooses to work out of the home, this book provides valuable guidance. Topics range from choosing and setting up the work space to productive ... Leer comentario completo
THE CHALLENGES AND REWARDS OF WORKING AT HOME
FINDING THE RIGHT PLACE FOR YOUR HOME OFFICE
ARRANGING YOUR WORKSPACE
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